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Have you been hungering for a throwback to 90s action movies and Whoopi Goldberg crime comedies like Burglar and Fatal Beauty? Well, director Julie Anne Robinson has your fix with the first trailer for her One for the Money adaptation, the first in a series of New York Times best selling novels from Janet Evanovich. Katherine Heigl stars as the immensely popular character Stephanie Plum, an out of work Jersey girl who takes on a job at her sleazy cousin's bail bond company. Check out the first footage from this romantic crime comedy in the clip below, it actually looks quite perfect for a cold, rainy day in January. It smells like an early 2012 hit.
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As his superb comedy, World’s Greatest Dad, arrives on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK, we catch up with writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait for a chat…
Stand-up comedian, actor, writer and director, Bobcat Goldthwait's earliest and most prominent movie role was as the hyperactive gang leader, Zed, in Police Academy 2, and later he went on to make appearances in such movies as Scrooged alongside Bill Murray, and Burglar, with Whoopi Goldberg and John Goodman.
More recently, Goldthwait has embarked on a successful filmmaking career, writing and directing the transgressive, sharply observed Sleeping Dogs in 2006, and the superb World's Greatest Dad, an equally contentious comedy that explored incredibly dark themes with a sensitive, intelligent lightness of touch.
One of our favourite films of last year (even making our top ten list of the most underrated movies of 2010), World's Greatest Dad makes its debut on DVD and Blu-ray on the 31 of January. »
2 items from 2011
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